At its highest level, MMA should be a fluid affair of creative decision making. Look at Machida, Anderson Silva, McGregor, Wonderboy Thompson, and even Fedor. From all appearances, they are in the moment, masters of their own affairs, and display true art. Yet sometimes you see fighters whose every move is being micromanaged. Move your left leg this way, throw the right hook, etc. etc. Does this style of corner management ultimately hinder a fighter's development? Perhaps micromanagement is always happening, and I'm just not aware of it due which audio feed happens to be presented at any given moment. Thoughts?